AUDIO AMPLIFIER BOARD SUPPORTS BEKEN BK3266 BLUETOOTH 5.0 CHIP

IC station has posted a $10.59 audio amplifier board that supports Bluetooth 5.0 via Beken BK3266 Bluetooth audio chip. For the board to work, you will have to connect buttons, a microphone and 10W or 15W speakers. The hardware setup has to be completed with a power source and an optional input audio signal. After setting it up, the board is ready to be paired with a Bluetooth device. A USB can be connected ...

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Interfacing Joystick with PIC Microcontroller

Input devices play a vital role in any electronics projects. These input device help the user to interact with the digital world. An input device can be as simple as a push button or as complicated as a touch screen; it varies based on the requirement of the project. In this tutorial we are going to learn how to interface a joystick with our PIC microcontroller, a joystick is a cool way to interact with the ...

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NASE 2 TOOLS NANO REWORK STATION FROM JBC TOOLS

NASE 2 Tools Nano Rework station is one of the best solutions for soldering and rework of SMD componentsrequiring the highest precision. It works simultaneously with the NT115-A Nano Handpiece and the AN115 Steady Nano Tweezers. The short distance from the tip to the handle offers maximum control even when using a microscope. Temperature Dynamic Profiles The NASE-C comes with the new Temperature Dynamic Pro ...

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GSS ADDS I2C INTERFACE TO ITS LOW POWER CO2 SENSOR

The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating many new exciting application opportunities to create smart environments where sensors monitor for changes so that the appropriate actions can be taken. The fastest growing examples of this are HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning), IAQ (Indoor Air Quality), smart homes and smart offices where a network of sensors monitors temperature and carbon dioxide (CO ...

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Implementing serial communication in embedded systems

Serial communication was once the most widely used method of transferring data between computers. Many computing devices that you have used over time employ serial communication. Some of the terms associated with this type of data transfer are FTDI chip, COM interface, the RS232 protocol, and serial port. Serial communication refers to data that is electronically sent and received a single bit at a time. It ...

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VirtualBox USB Passthrough Guide

Accessing local USB ports and devices in VirtualBox VirtualBox 6.0 allows you to take advantage of USB passthrough support to access locally attached peripheral devices. Here is a step-by-step guide that illustrates using USB in VirtualBox. Optionally install the free VirtualBox Extension Pack. This extension offers the faster speed afforded by USB 3.0 support. After installation, start your virtual machine ...

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OLED-DISPLAY WITH USB AND TOUCH

For the first time, ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY presents the EA PLUGL128, a touch-sensitive OLED display that can be addressed directly via USB. It offers a resolution of 128 × 64 pixels with a 2.9″ screen diagonal. Since OLED technology enables each pixel to act as an independent light source, there is no angle-dependent contrast attenuation as is the case with LCD displays. The contrast of at least 2,000:1 remain ...

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Digital Thermometer using LM35 and PIC Microcontroller

In this tutorial, we are making a Digital Thermometer using PIC microcontroller and LM35 Temperature Sensor. In this project, we will sense the temperature using LM35 and display it on 16x2 LCD. LM35 Temperature Sensor is accurate and cheaper and doesn’t require any external calibration. The output voltage is proportional to Celsius temperature scale and changes by 10mV per °C. Material Required PicKit 3 LM ...

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Interfacing RTC Module (DS3231) with PIC Microcontroller: Digital Clock

Almost all embedded devices are designed to interact with the real world. They act as a bridge to communicate between the digital world and the real world. To make this process easier and efficient, the digital world would sometimes need to keep track of the time of and date of the real world. This way the digital world will know what time/day it is in the real world and can even distinguish between day or ...

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PIC16F877A Microcontroller Based Digital Alarm Clock

The digital Revolution started in 1950 changes all the existing mechanical and analog electronic structures into digital computers. Since the growth of digital electronics has been exponential, today it is almost impossible for a person to resist using any electronic equipment. Starting from the alarm clock that wakes you up and the toaster that serves you breakfast, everything is a contribution from digita ...

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